Game Change

I didn’t watch the HBO film Game Change, but it seems that reasonable people of all political stripes can see how terrible our family was treated by the political staffers who were supposed to be helping us. (Have you ever considered Mom could tell that the people surrounding her were exactly the type of people who would betray her?)

Whatever happened to loyalty?

And, by the way, Mom… I think you’re more beautiful than any of your impersonators!

  • Tim Kelley

    Tina Fey and the ex-model who plays your Mom in this film …are dogs compared to your mom…she is beautiful inside and out. And of course the apple (you)didn’t fall far from the tree.:)

  • Tim Kelley

    I totally agree the handlers did NOT look out for Sarahs best interest…kind of like Timn Tebows coaches,,,,whenb they just let him” do his thing” he is awsome but when they micro manage his playing and try to squeeze him into their “mold” he doesn’t perform as well. It is almost as if they set people they do not like up for failure because they do not “fit the part”

  • Jinky

    Because Nancy is probably helping Bristol with the blog!

  • Nancy

    Dear “Salad,”

    Hey — that was my fault! I’m supposed to be helping Bristol with the technology part of all this, so I entered the posts that she sent me under the wrong name.

    Sorry for the confusion!

  • Nova

    It’s a multi million dollar hit piece. Nothing else.

  • Michael Teuber

    I’ve made a living out of making fun of your mother

    That is the self-indictment of a spiritual parasite.

    “Humor is not an unconditional virtue; its moral character depends on its object. To laugh at the contemptible, is a virtue; to laugh at the good, is a hideous vice. Too often, humor is used as the camouflage of moral cowardice.”

    Ayn Rand

    The Romantic Manifesto

    “Bootleg Romanticism,”
    The Romantic Manifesto, 133

  • bellagrazi

    I figured as much. Thanks for the clarification, Nancy.

  • Valo

    Kinda like the McCain/Palin campaign.